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Can writing your 'to-do's' help you to doze? Study suggests jotting down tasks can speed the trip to dreamland

Medical Xpress - Thu 11 Jan 18

Writing a "to-do" list at bedtime may aid in falling asleep, according to a Baylor University study. Research compared sleep patterns of participants who took five minutes to write down upcoming ...

Can writing your 'to-do's' help you to doze? Baylor study suggests jotting down tasks can, Eurekalert - Thu 11 Jan 18

Writing a To-Do List Before Bed Could Help You Sleep

Livescience - Sat 13 Jan 18

Five minutes should be enough.

Writing a 'to do list' before bed helps ease anxiety

Daily Mail - Fri 12 Jan 18

Listing just 10 tasks you need to achieve over the next few days can help you fall asleep 15 minutes faster, neuroscientists at Baylor University in Texas have found.

To-Do List Before Bedtime Prompts Better Sleep

WebMD - Tue 16 Jan 18

The lab study included 57 university students who took five minutes before going to bed to either write down what they needed to do over the next few days, or to list the tasks they had completed ...

Why This Sleep Study Tip Helps High Achievers to Fall Asleep Faster

Emaxhealth - Fri 12 Jan 18

The high achiever tosses and turns in bed as they face the enormity of tasks they face the next day. They wonder how they are going to get it all done and then yet another task pops into their ...

Can Writing Your ‘To-do’s’ Help You to Doze?

Laboratory Equipment - Fri 12 Jan 18

NewsWriting a “to-do” list at bedtime may aid in falling asleep. Research compared sleep patterns of participants who took five minutes to write down upcoming duties versus participants ...

Can writing your 'to-do's' help you to doze? Study suggests jotting down tasks can

ScienceDaily - Fri 12 Jan 18

Writing a 'to-do' list at bedtime may aid in falling asleep, according to a new study. Research compared sleep patterns of participants who took five minutes to write down upcoming duties versus ...